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Nov 9, 2013 7:00pm EST
nothing because you don't know her because there is no sense of connection with her as a person. there is no care with her life. what i thought i would try to do with this book was to talk not just about her but to talk about her entire family, to put all of the hemingses into a context that would make it easier for people to see them as human beings and not as slaves, not as part of the particular problem. .. and the government is back in session. so we thank you for coming this morning for what promises to be a terrific conversation with a terrific guest on an interesting topic. i'm going get in to that for a minute. thank you for your presence here this morning. my name is erick. i head the washington office of the counsel of the americas and the america society. t a pleasure to have the opportunity to review this book today, and to talk a little bit about the latino immigrant experience in the united states. our guest is ray suarez, who has written a really terrific book entitled "latino americans: the 500-year legacy that shaped a nation." it's a companion to the ground bre
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